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Drift Records

Drift Records is a casual, non-profit, netlabel. The main goal is to help spread the music, and gain exposure for under-exposed, yet talented artists. This netlabel will feature any genre of music, as long as the mood is not very harsh, but more on the relaxing side.

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Year
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2006
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2005
Topics & Subjects
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IDM
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Electroacoustic
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Electronic
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Electronica
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IDM, Glitch-hop, downtempo
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This album plays like a soundtrack to a movie that goes through a variety of twists and turns. The songs create a range of moods, using many different sounds. The dramatic bells, guitars, and synths lay down the groundwork for those crunchy, bleepy IDM beats that Drift Records loves.
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Topics: IDM, Glitch-hop, downtempo, IDM, Electronic
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This is the first album from Kernel32's alter ego, Bannister Boy. It's a little more downtempo and features pianos, strings, and bells being cut up and arranged to create warm atmospheres with very soft and subtle rhythm.
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Topics: idm, drift, bannister boy, kernel32, cut up
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Wait Here With Me is an album of lush ambient pads, with scattered plinks of piano and bells. The songs are occasionally driven by a rolling bass and scant rhythmic textures.
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Topic: david,newlyn,ambient,minimal
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If emotion can be considered a sensation, then Sinestetici and her fellow artists have created a truly synesthetic experience. The listener is taken on a journey of intense emotion as her soothing vocals float in and out of the ambience and intricate rhythms created by Daigoro, DoF, and KiloWatts. This is a fitting first release for Drift Records, as it perfectly captures that "drift" feeling, like a fragile flower petal sailing on an uncertain breeze.
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Topics: IDM, Electronica, Electroacoustic